Borehole geophysical logging methods are used to measure physical properties (Porosity, Specific Yield, and Hydraulic Conductivity) of aquifer, fluid properties, and the integrity of well construction materials.
Borehole geophysical logging methods have been demonstrated in a wide variety of geologic environments often found in an exploration setting and have proven useful in geologic interpretations and in-situ mineral evaluation.
Borehole geophysical logging methods have been for Geotechnical investigations.
Reliable and consistent data from wireline borehole logging provides an important understanding of rock strength and the presence of fractures that is essential for the location and positioning of new build construction and its foundations.
Borehole geophysical logging methods are ideally suited for shallow, near surface environmental applications and a results-proven record for delivering quality data for the exploration, characterisation, performance and environmental monitoring of ground water well.
R-Cam Digital Camera is that works on up to 300 meters and single housing, each with a wide-angle lens, for viewing downhole and side view images in water wells or boreholes. Low light level CCD sensors allow the cameras to detect images with minimal lighting power.
The latest generation of our flagship product can be used in wells and boreholes 3 to 30 inches (7.62 to 76.2 cm) in diameter and down to depths of 5,000 feet (1,524 m). Comes standard with a DC5150 dual cam, dual view camera with continuous 360 degree rotation. This is the camera system that defines the industry, with unmatched visual clarity. The process of collecting video with this digital downhole camera is so easy and seamless, any customer onsite will be immediately impressed.
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